Asaph Schwapp Profile
"Maryland offered me, and I committed," says the 6-foot-1, 230 pounder. "Maryland is the place I really wanted to play, and others were telling me they had limited scholarship offers."
Schwapp wanted to wait a little longer, but the Maryland offer was just too much. A visit to Boston College wrapped up his thoughts.
"I was at Boston College yesterday, and they said they had limited scholarships, so if I had other options, I should take it."
Even if another school were to offer, Schwapp is perfectly happy with his current commitment situation.
"My first interest has always been Maryland. I like their system, the way they use the fullback, and the type of offense they use. I probably will stick with this commitment to them like they stuck with me."
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